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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.58.37
yat-pāda-pańkaja-rajaḥ śirasā bibharti
śṛīr abya-jaḥ sa-giriśaḥ saha loka-pālaiḥ
līlā-tanuḥ sva-kṛta-setu-parīpsayā yaḥ
kāle 'dadhat sa bhagavān mama kena tuṣyet
yat — whose; pāda — of the feet; pańkaja — lotuslike; rajaḥ — the dust; śirasā — on her head; bibharti — holds; śṛīḥ — the goddess of fortune; abja-jaḥ — Lord Brahmā, who was born from a lotus flower; sa — together with; giri-śaḥ — Lord Śiva, the master of Mount Kailāsa; saha — together with; loka — of the planets; pālaiḥ — the various rulers; līlā — as His pastime; tanuḥ — a body; sva — by Himself; kṛta — created; setu — the codes of religion; parīpsayā — with the desire to protect; yaḥ — who; kāle — in course of time; adadhat — has assumed; saḥ — He; bhagavān — the Supreme Personality of Godhead; mama — with me; kena — on account of what; tuṣyet — may be pleased.
"Goddess Lakṣmī, Lord Brahma, Lord Śiva and the rulers of the various planets place the dust of His lotus feet on their heads, and to protect the codes of religion, which He has created, He assumes pastime incarnations at various times. How may that Supreme Personality of Godhead become pleased with me?"
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